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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RMN = Retail Me Not
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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Frugal DIY Peloton Bike Hack

on 1.15.2021 at 3:53pm

Do you have goals to get in shape? Have your eye on the Peloton? Before spending the $2,000+ on this popular bike, check out the alternatives that can help you meet your goals without breaking the budget! The Original Peloton bike starts at $1,895 not including the accessories or the All Access Membership which is […]

    If you’re looking for some last-minute decorations on the cheap (or free), check out some free Christmas printables I found abound the internet.  If hanging them on the wall with nails is too much of a seasonal commitment for you, switch out a couple of your old pictures for these printables and keep the old […]

      This traditional sweet potato casserole is a crowd favorite! It’s sweet and comforting and includes the perfect layers of sweet and crunch. You can add nuts if you’d like: simply add finely chopped pecans or walnuts to the brown sugar mixture before sprinkling over the sweet potatoes. PrintSweet Potato Casserole Ingredients2 lbs sweet potatoes 1/4 […]

        Pretty much every Sunday in the fall and winter months we have this meal for lunch. It’s comforting and the perfect way to get your belly ready for a Sunday rest. This pot roast is made in a slow cooker, but I like to brown my meat first before adding it in. This is optional, […]

          Guide to Retirement Accounts

          on 8.26.2020 at 2:55pm

          Being frugal and paying attention to your finances is obviously important, but sometimes it can be hard to look beyond the day-to-day. Planning and thinking ahead is crucial in order to ensure financial stability in the future. Planning for retirement and taking steps to put money aside for when you’re working is one component of […]

            Want to keep track of your credit score and monitor your credit reports?  I have used Credit Karma for the past few years and realized I’ve never shared it with y’all.  Using Credit Karma is completely free and I get an email alert anytime my score changes or anything at all changes on my credit […]

              One of the best things about summer in the south: PEACHES! The local, ripe ones are so delicious on their own, but make this simple peach crisp recipe to take them up to the next level. Note: I’ve made this with a gluten-free baking blend and it worked very well (make sure you’re using a […]

                Having a store credit card can truly pay off if you use them wisely and have cards that give the most rewards and benefits!  If you pay them off every month, and never carry a balance there is no cost to have most store credit cards as they don’t charge annual fees.  They also have […]

                  Sometimes making ends meet can only be done by adding more income. You can only save so much and have to eat…There are a number of ways that you can extra money from home! Here are some of my favorites. Companies Mentioned: VipKid Education First Fiverr UpWork ShutterStock Red Bubble ACX Audiobooks Task Rabbit Door […]

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